What would you trade for a website?

As we head into the holidays, I realize that finances are tight for a lot of people, especially in this economy. Yet, many of us have some entrepreneurial idea or venture just itching to make it out into the world. What would you trade for a website?

I will consider trades for the $299 One Day Website package if you can’t afford to pay cash right now. Email me kris at onedaywebsite.ca with your offering, and I’ll let you know.

What will I accept in trade? Perhaps you have a cottage or timeshare somewhere, or have a product or service from your business you could offer? This is your chance to be creative, you tell me. I’m open to all offers.

For those that do purchase any of our 3 packages this December, we’ll be putting 20% of the profit towards a breakfast at Our Place Society.

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Happy holidays, and thanks for another great year!



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